Barbara d’Urso commented with great sadness and deep indignation what happened to the mural dedicated to Raffaella Carrà. In Barcelona, in fact, homophobic writings appeared above the creation of the artist TvBoy: “What a shame!”, Wrote Barbara d’Urso commenting on the news.
Barbara d’urso has been very touched, like the whole world of entertainment, by the disappearance of the great icon Raffaella Carrà. The presenter has dedicated many to her memories to pay homage to her, often publishing images of what Carrà had been a guest on Domenica Live, making Barbara d’Urso very proud, who had been able to interview her.
For this reason, the presenter of Afternoon 5 was really surprised and indignant when, in the last hours, she learned news that she would never have expected. TO Barcelona, over the murals that the Palermo artist TvBoy had dedicated to Raffaella Carrà, appeared some homophobic writings: a real disfigurement to the memory of one of the most loved gay icons of all time.
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Because of this Barbara d’urso she could not keep silent and vented through her Twitter profile.
Barbara d’urso indignant: “Shame!”
Barbara d’urso shared the news on Twitter and expressed deep indignation at what happened. The presenter has always fought against homophobia and this scar has touched her in a particular way:
“What a shame … The mural dedicated to the great Raffaella Carrà was scarred with homophobic writings … I can’t even express the anger I feel for such small people “.
The feelings of frustration and anger expressed by Barbara d’urso were also perfectly understood by the followers of the presenter, who stressed that there are really no words to comment on what happened: “Miserable and cowards, never put their face on it”, commented someone in response to what d’urso said.
The presenter, however, is ready to return with Afternoon 5 starting next Monday. The program will be completely dedicated to current affairs and chronicle, for which d’urso will not fail to carry on its battles, first of all that against homophobia and in favor of the rights of LGBT community, of which the Carrà it was icon For all life.
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